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Stay classy Anderson!
Cooper seemed especially annoyed with President Trump today, which must mean our President is doing a GREAT job!
Cooper looked flustered and bewildered and at times struggled to get out his whole sentences, attacking Trump for a myriad of issues.
But when it turned to an attack on Ivanka, it really crossed the line.
Our friends over at MAGADaily summed it up like this:
Cooper went after Trump for darn near everything saying he changes positions too much on issues that impact all of America.
Not sure about switching positions – he is open to hearing from all sides of the debate but when he doesn’t decide in favor of the left, they do tend to trash him.
That is what most people see. But then Anderson Cooper did what he does best – took a few cheap shots at Ivanka Trump. Just nasty stuff.
“It should be noted that throughout history calling Jews disloyal has been a common anti-Semitic trope,” Cooper said.
“It’s been a pretext to exclude Jews, or take their businesses, or put them in ghettos, or expel them, or expel them from schools or exterminate them.”
“Ivanka Trump must be very proud of her dad tonight, and you probably can just watch for an Ivanka leak in the coming days about how she tried to talk her father into changing that kinda language.
“It’s a classic Ivanka move,” he added before lashing out at Trump.
By the way, you do know your Anderson Cooper history, don't you?
That he is the grandson of the "elite" Vanderbilt family....and that many have long speculated he is STILL in the CIA?
Anderson Cooper, CNN’s primary anchor, and host of the CNN news show Anderson Cooper 360, also has connections to the intelligence agency, and probably still does. The document presented above shows close “relationships with reporters from every major television network in the nation,” so it’s reasonable to assume the same of Cooper.
What lends even more credibility to that hypothesis is the fact that, while attending Yale University as an undergraduate, he was actually an intern at the CIA. Furthermore, his uncle, William Henry Vanderbilt III, was an Executive Officer of the Special Operations Branch of the OSS under the spy organization’s founder, William “Wild Bill” Donovan. He alsoreached the rank of captain in the Navy during WW2. (Alternate Source)
Cooper also comes from one of the richest families in American history, and one of the wealthiest figures on the planet, Cornelius Vanderbilt, also known as “Commodor Vanderbuilt,” who built his wealth on railroads and shipping.
As you can see above, the link between mainstream media and intelligence agencies is strong. Nobody can really deny that, as it’s been known about for decades. Here’s a clip from a hearing that was held on the topic in the 1950s to illustrate that point.
Apart from all this evidence, those from within mainstream media have spoken out multiple times about it.
Dr. Udo Ulfkotte, a prominent German journalist and editor for more than two decades, is one example. He blew the whistleon public television, stating that he was forced to publish the works of intelligence agencies under his own name and that noncompliance with these orders would result in him losing his job.
Sharyl Attkisson and Amber Lyon, both well-known mainstream media reporters and journalists, have also exposed funded movements by political, corporate, and other special interests, and have revealed that they are routinely paid by the U.S. government as well as foreign governments to selectively report and distort information on certain events. (source)(source)
And from RadarOnline:
Anderson Cooper has long traded on his biography, carving a niche for himself as the most human of news anchors. But there’s one aspect of his past that the silver-haired CNN star has never made public: the months he spent training for a career with the Central Intelligence Agency.
Following his sophomore and junior years at Yale—a well-known recruiting ground for the CIA—Cooper spent his summers interning at the agency’s monolithic headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in a program for students interested in intelligence work. His involvement with the agency ended there, and he chose not to pursue a job with the agency after graduation, according to a CNN spokeswoman, who confirmed details of Cooper’s CIA involvement to Radar.